Pakistan batter with 7000 Test runs announces retirement, his career in numbers

December 16, 2022

Sports Tak Staff

Azhar Ali is a part of Pakistan side against England in the ongoing series. The third Test in Karachi against Ben Stokes' side will be his last

Azhar Ali made his Test debut in England and will bid goodbye to the longest format of the game against England as well

While announcing his retirement, Azhar Ali said that this is the right moment to say goodbye to Test cricket

37-year-old Azhar Ali has played 96 Tests and scored 7,097 runs including 35 fifties and 19 centuries

Azhar Ali is the fifth-highest run-scorer for Pakistan in Test cricket

Azhar Ali scored his first Test fifty on debut against Australia at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground

Azhar Ali is the only Pakistan batter to hit a triple century in pink-ball Test. The triple ton came against West Indies in 2016

In a Test career that spans 12 years, Azhar Ali hit two double centuries. He led Pakistan in Tests as well

Azhar Ali will play his final Test starting December 17 in Karachi in dead rubber encounter

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